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Recovery - $1,400,000

Case Description – MVA-front seat passenger; tractor trailer made turn directly into passenger door Description Injuries – Closed head injuries including multiple facial fractures requiring surgery, cervical and lumbar surgeries, with shoulder and leg injuries.

Recovery - $995,285

Case Description – Rear-end MVA-Driver of pickup truck towing bobcat, rear-ended by dumptruck Description Injuries – Neck shoulder and hand; Servical Spine surgery required

Recovery - $750,000

Case Description – NJ MVA-Rear ended by driver of commercial vehicle who fell asleep at the wheel Description Injuries – Lumbar herniation requiring injections, left knee injury requiring surgery

Recovery - $750,000

Case Description – MVA-travelling 45mph hit head-on and then rear-ended by another vehicle Description Injuries – Leg, knee, forearm, finger rib and ankle fracture – surgery required for all but ribs
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Philadelphia Bus Accidents Can Be Especially Challenging

Bus accidents don’t happen all that often, but when they do, the resulting legal issues can be complicated. Because of their size, bus accidents in Philadelphia can range from minor fender benders all the way up to catastrophic incidents with multiple fatalities, although fatalities are rare. Some of these injuries and deaths can be attributed to driver error, while others may be attributed to the bus owners or design flaws because there are generally no seat belts.

Attorneys who handle bus accident cases must explore a wide range of issues in helping clients seek legal remedies for their losses.

Determining Who Is Responsible in a Bus Accident

In most bus accidents, determining who is responsible will start with the bus driver. However, this does not rule out the possibility that other passenger car drivers, the bus driver’s employer or even the bus manufacturer are also responsible as well.

Attorneys must dig deep to determine if the driver was adequately trained or if they were suffering from fatigue because they drove too many hours over the legally allowed maximum. They will also look at the driver’s overall safety record to see if they have been in other accidents and will also consider the possibility that the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the accident.

From there, the attorneys will determine if the bus was in good mechanical working condition and whether or not it was serviced on a regular basis. And because buses have a different load profile than other vehicles, an attorney will also look at whether or not the bus was properly loaded with luggage and passengers.

Your Preferred Bus Accident Attorneys in Philadelphia

If you are the victim of an accident involving a bus, contact Master Weinstein and Moyer. We have helped people just like you recover millions of dollars in accident settlements for pain and suffering, medical expenses, and lost wages. We serve clients in Philadelphia and the surrounding Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York communities.